Tarana Burke, founder of the Me Too movement, has written about her journey as an activist in the movement world. In her book Unbound: My Story of Liberation and the Birth of the Me Too Movement (2021), she shares her coming of age story. Here she speaks with activist, editor and author, Jamia Wilson, on accessing your voice, and what it means to let your truth lead the way for others; being handed the mic; taking the lead; and balancing personal and public life.
When your truth leads the way
Tarana Burke in conversation with Jamia Wilson
Photography by Doug Segars
Styling by Alexander-Julian Gibbson
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